The SDA-2400 has no on/off button. It will automatically go into stand-by mode when not in use. When the amplifier detects a signal, it will turn on automatically.
You can set it to always be on—and if your connected device has a 12V trigger output, this can control the power state of the SDA-2400, and even daisy-chain several SDA-2400 amplifiers.
Lyngdorf is the pioneer in digital amplifiers, and the SDA-2400 power amplifier is not your typical Class D digital power amplifier. It’s better. It has very low and linear distortion and an impressive signal-to-noise ratio, making it the perfect choice for those seeking the purest sounding high-power amplifier on the market.
The output stage uses Pulse Width Modulation with a patented switch speed optimization technology. Together with a fixed switching speed of 390 kHz and minimal feedback control, this ensures low and linear distortion compared to typical Class D amplifiers.